🚨NEWS : In the wake of Leeds United’s unsuccessful promotion bid, it appears that retaining the services of sought-after winger Crysencio Summerville is now an impossible task


Leeds United are set to lose one of their star players, Crysencio Summerville, in the summer transfer window, according to sources. The Dutch attacker was instrumental in Leeds’ Championship campaign, scoring 19 goals and providing nine assists, earning him the Championship Player of the Year award.

However, after Leeds narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League, the club is under pressure to raise £150million through player sales to comply with financial regulations.

Summerville, 22, is one of the top targets for several Premier League clubs, and senior correspondent Pete O’Rourke believes it’s “impossible” for Leeds to keep him.

O’Rourke revealed on the Inside Track podcast that Leeds had previously rejected bids for Summerville in the last two transfer windows, but the club’s financial situation makes it unlikely they can resist offers this summer.

With Leeds needing to raise a significant amount of money through player sales, Summerville is likely to be one of the first to depart Elland Road.

The loss of Summerville would be a significant blow to Leeds, who are already facing an uphill battle to return to the Premier League.

The club’s financial struggles and the departure of key players like Summerville could make it difficult for them to compete in the Championship next season.

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